|A Study on the Important Factors for Revitalizing Profit-Type Community Facilities of Urban Renewal New Deal Project
|김윤소(Kim, Yun-So) ; 유재우(Yoo, Jae-Woo)
| Urban Regeneration; profit-type Community Facilities; Important Factor; constant sum method; Importance-Performance Analysis
|This study is to derive important factors for setting the direction of vitalization of profit-type community facilities created by the Urban
Regeneration New Deal project. Accordingly, we analyzed vital factors for activation targeting experts and operators in the field of urban
regeneration and analyzed ‘satisfaction-importance’, an important activation factor perceived by operators who are currently operating facilities.
First, 70 factors were classified by reviewing previous studies and conducting FGI targeting experts. In order to finally derive the most
appropriate important factor among the selected 70 factors, a preliminary survey was conducted with 30 experts and rearranged into 33 factors.
Second, the importance and priority of vital factors were analyzed using the fixed constant sum method for 25 experts and 25 operation relation
person. derive 10 detailed critical factors that we recognised to be of common importance between the two groups. As a result of the detailed
results, ① sufficient review and agreement on the implementation of facilities before construction are required. ② The active participation of
members must be guaranteed. ③ In order to have an organizational system in which the operating organization can stand on its own feet,
expertise must be secured, and specialized educational support will be needed to support it. ④ For the sustainability of the operating organization,
it is necessary to establish a long-term profit structure model and secure fixed funds. ⑤ Considering the aging of the region and the difficulty of
fostering professional manpower immediately, it was found that private professional capabilities should be actively utilized. Third, important factors
for activation and looked at what should be improved first using IPA. First of all, four important factors that require intensive improvement
include the expertise of members, the establishment of a sustainable profit model, securing fixed funds, and the active use of private professional
capabilities. As such, It is expected that the efficiency of the project will be further improved If the focus factors are improved first, therefore
empirical analysis of more profit-type community facilities and additional research on vital factors for each stage of operation are necessary.